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[applause]>> montana governor steve bullock gave his first state of the state address speech focusing on the budget, job creation, and making government efficient and accountable to taxpayers. this is about 45 minutes. [applause] >> lieutenant governor walsh, mr. president, mr. speaker, members of the 63rd legislature, and honored members of the judiciary, my fellow statewide officials, tribal leaders, members of the cabinet, and my fellow montanans, lisa, our three children, caroline, alex and cameron. my name is steve and i work for the state. [laughter][applause] i, like my 12,000 coworkers, arrive at the jobsite each day to serve the people of montana. it is an honor and pleasure to be the public servant entrusted with delivering this address. any change of administration naturally brings change to the governor's mansion -- changes in substance, style, and perspective. with the bullocks moving into the neighborhood, some of that change is unavoidable. it's been 40 years since the predominant noise emanating from the governor's mansion has been the sound of young children
block of state of the state addresses with newly-elected montana governor steve bull o of course. -- bullock. from helena, this is 45 minutes. [cheers and applause] [applause] >> lieutenant governor walsh, mr. president, mr. speaker, members of the 63rd legislature, governor and mrs. babcock, honored members of the judiciary, my fellow tate wide officials -- statewide officials, tribal leaders, members of my cabinet and my fellow montanans, lisa, alex and cameron, my name is steve, and i work for the state. [laughter] i, like those 12,000 other coworkers, arrive at the job seat each day to serve the people of montana. it's an honor and a pleasure to be the public servant entrusted with giving this address. any changes of administration naturally will bring changes to the governor's mansion. changes in substance, changes in style, changes in perspective. with the bullocks moving into the neighborhood, some of those changes are unavoidable. [laughter] you know, it's been 40 years since the predominant noise emanating from the governor's mansion has been the sound of children; chare
of the president's policies are one reason why. and the state of montana has a lot of guns, and they are not in a hurry to get rid of them. so is the gun crisis also a local gun crisis. plus the state of california versus the state of texas. the two heavyweights get into a little brouhaha over the best place to set up shop. it's "the war room" on a wednesday night. we're just getting started stick around. [ piano plays ] troy polamalu's going deeper. ♪ ♪ and so is head & shoulders deep clean. [ male announcer ] with 7 benefits it goes deep to remove grease, gunk and flakes. deep. like me. [ male announcer ] head & shoulders deep clean for men. ♪ ♪ alright, in 15 minutes we're going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that t
is a grandfather in chippewa creek reservation in montana. we've got seven reservations in montana and one of the reservation by the tribal members. around the mountains between montana. had a real stand out as landmark in our state. leon was featured in the book. the book was called the escape routes for the montana cowboy. he said that he thinks there is a growing disconnect between the general public. the same thing is true in washington d.c. the disconnect between the people here are the people that represent the rest of the country. maybe you can help connect. we're really honored to have you here. the state of montana into industry. >> thank you very much. >> 's thank you, senator baucus. this has given us a similar keep it here in a place of honor and look forward to having a chance to look at it as well. nobody fights for montana agriculture than senator baucus. thank you. i'm going to turn to senator donnelly and ask them to introduce a second witness. >> thank you, madam chair. ranking member stabenow another says the committee, and looking forward working together to address iss
player. >> joe montana made a unique appearance today, how you can catch a pass. stay tuned. we will be right back with more. . >>> welcome back, 4:51 is the time, you are looking at a scene where a man was suspected of stealing a car, it happened just before 9:00 last night at second avenue and international boulevard. the suspect did not get far before crashing into a car on second avenue and the man managed to run off. a second person got hit but he is expected to be okay. >>> a man was shot several times by richmond police. the shooting happened at 5:00 yesterday afternoon on b street. neighbors called police saying an armed man was walking in the street and when officers arrived they confronted an armed man in front of an apartment building. in antioch, a stray bullet hit somebody in their own home. it came from somebody shooting at their own car a half a block away. a wall and an upstairs bedroom is where the bullets strayed to. this is the third time the duplex has been hit with bullets. >>> the family of raymond zack sued the city of alameda for not trying to rescue hi
y parques de montana ha pasado su vida estudiando a los leones de montaña. los felinos que mueren después de haber confrontado a la gente terminan en su laboratorio. al examinarlos cuidadosamente, él ha podido determinar que los felinos que atacan a la gente están enfermos. o dan otro tipo de evidencia a su comportamiento. pero los casos son pocos. en los últimos diez años se han registrado diez ataques de leones de montaña en montana. y sólo uno de esos ataques fue fatal, keith piensa que existe la posibilidad de que los leones estén experimentando nuevos recursos como presas. pero él siente que es más probable que los ataques sean el resultado de una equivocación de identidad. los leones atacan por el comportamiento del movimiento y en los confines del bosque, un león puede confundir a un alpinista o a un corredor con una presa. si el estudio de tantos años de keith puede mostrar algo, es que nuestro temor por los leones es desproporcionado a la amenaza real. ♪ el león de montaña tiene mayor rango territorial que cualquier otro mamífero en el hemisferio oeste.
the latest. >> plus, joe montana is the appearance in the bay area and it is not at a place where you might expect. >> this is the biggest. i've heard it described as the size of a safeway. >>> also, expect a near miss with something the size of a football field. the upcoming cosmic event that has local researchers buzzing. >>> people in new england are slowly making progress, dig out from that massive storm. crews fanned out across the region trying to clear roads from new york to massachusetts. power crews are also out in force boringing to restore electricity to the more than 300,000 customers still facing another dark night. amtrak is slowly getting back on schedule as well. >> we've been trying to get on planes, trains, and automobiles for the last day or so. >> airports expect to be up and running at full capacity soon of the. >>> president obama's fourth state of the union is expected to cover a lot of ground. jobs, the economy and the middle class will be the president's main focus tuesday night. he is expected to set the stage for a spending showdown with republicans that is tickin
move? >> i moved -- i lived in montana grew up in montana. >> dave: that's right! for god's sake, you lived in montana. that's tremendous, why would you leave montana? (laughter) >> pirpl my parents said the reason that we left is the last winter that we spent there it didn't get above 30 below for 30 days. >> dave: (laughs) that's great, isn't it? i just think that's fantastic. (laughter) you were born on the rocky mountain front. >> i was. i was. my -- yes. is (laughter) we share a small town thing -- >> dave: you're damn right we do. so your folks said you go, you save yourself: we'll stay here. >> there was a transitional period in san diego and i moved to los angeles when i was 16. >> dave: but this high school thing, are the police looking for you? >> no, just my parents. >> dave: but then you got one of those -- >> i got an actual diploma but it was from the back of the magazine. (laughter) and i look in magazines sometimes now to see if you can still get your diploma from a.c.s. and you cannot. >> dave: but is it a valid diploma? could you get into a college? you should get in
news at 11:00. "nightline" comes on after jimmy >> a how the hoax went on the air on the montana tv station. >>> you don't want to miss the party. abc7 is the only place to watch the on the cars on february 24. get ready with official oscars app and check out the features on the nominees and keep track of your favorites. >> coming up at 4:00, water leak in one bay area neighborhood killed hundreds of fish. and at 5:00, red light cameras under fire for accuracy issues. now a major red light camera manufacturer accused in a corruption scandal. >> you got to listen to this. a television station of great falls, montana is the victim of hackers. >> we have the bodies of the dead are rising from the grave and follow the messages on the screen as information becomes available. >> really? engineering at the montana television station are still investigating how hackers pulled off that hoax. great falls bring tribune says it generated phone calls from viewers wanting to know if it was true. >> no zombie attacks ever occurred. >> thanks for joining [dramatic music] ♪ [cheers and applause]
expensive way to engage that graffiti side of the artistic or creative behavior. at the same time, montana wants their name out there. so, if you can't montana and say i'm getting 15 kids together to do graffiti art, can you give me some stuff? i need like a basic color palate. i don't see why they wouldn't give it to you whether your message is condoning graffiti or permitting it or not, you don't have to tell montana. so, if it is something you want to work with, i think you could get -- i think you could actually be quite successful getting quite a bit of paint and supplies. sea >> [speaker not understood]. >> certainly. certainly, and i feel the same way about cigarettes. >> thank you. all right. gen, do you have another question? >> yes, this is actually for enforcement and abatement. i have two similar questions actually from the same city so i'm kind of going to blend them together. they're interested in restitution cost formula to charge individuals caught tagging the restitution labor, materials, equipment, costs. so, i don't know if that could be split between -- pointing at you.
during the world series. there was also this pass from joe montana to dwight clark, which was immortalized as the catch that sent the 49ers to superbowl 16. candlestick park is currently run by the san francisco recreation and parks department, but after the 49ers play there last game here next season, developer lennar urban will take over. lennar is the same company that is redeveloping the nearby hunters point shipyard. under an agreement with the city, lennar is required to demolish the stadium. something they have said will happen sooner rather than later, possibly within a few weeks of the transfer. after that, the plan is to replace the stadium with retail space and possibly a new, smaller arena. the san francisco recreation and park department has also said that there may be a ceremony to celebrate the history of the stadium as well as a public auction of memorabilia from the park. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. >> pam: the 49-ers are back in the bay area tonight. after last night's heartbreaking loss to the baltimore ravens in super bowl 47. this is
football in his life. i think he has what, four bowl rings. >> you're talking about joe montana, i actually did not bump into him. it wasn't me, boy, i wish it it was, but here he was, out on the streets. >> here we are again, the quest for 6 as they say. >> i know it. i know. i think it's going to happen. >> joe thinks it's going to happen. you hear that san francisco? >> reporter: and there you go, there was joe montana. i believe that was joe montana. i couldn't really hear him, but hey, guess who he's rooting for. >> it was joe montana and e he bumped into him on bourbon street. he's won four super bowls and i think he knows what he's talking about to say the least. >> reporter: i think so too. >> and you were showing us abides, you talked about the -- beads, you talked about the floats and what are the signs that new orleans is kind of changing from mardi gras are right now and really turning into a football town, at least for a couple more days. >> reporter: yeah, they are turning into a football town. we've seen more and more fans come o
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montana. democratic governor steve bullock delivered this update on his state. he spoke for about 40 minutes. [applause] >> lieutenant governor walsh, mr. president, mr. speaker, members of the 63rd legislature, governor and mrs. babcock, honored members of the judiciary, my fellow statewide officials, tribal leaders, members of my cabinet, and my fellow mon tannans. lisa, caroline, alex and cameron, my name is steve and i work for the state. [laughter] [applause] i like those 12,000 other coworkers arrived at the job site each day it serve the people of montana. it is an honor and a pleasure to be the public servant entrusted with giving this address. any changes of administration naturally will bring changes to the governor's mansion. changes in substance, changes in style, changes in perspective. with the bullocks moving into the neighborhood, some of those changes are unavoidable. you know, it's been 40 years since the predominant noise eminating from the governor's mansion has been the sound of children. children laughing, singing, shouting, playing, just being kids. that noise
tonight? the stars are coming out. we are going our web cast and joe montana comes walking down with jennifer and a couple other people. it pays to watch. anyway, beyonce tonight at the super bowl. they were doing their thing. the stars are coming out. there are football players and there are wannabe's. we have our own wanna be. his name is vern glenn. >> for 21 years, it has been an nfl fan's interactive theme park. check the arm strength of our camera man, don hernandez. impressive. something for everyone of all ages. has true league talent ever been discovered here? >> when you drop a ball, that's like dropping money on the ground. oh man. not bad. not bad. >> actual saints cheerleader? >> yes. >> look at that camera right there. you're on in san francisco right now. >> hello san francisco. >> is it harder than it looks? >> very hard. >> hope i don't get a nosebleed from jumping so high. yeah. >> was it good enough? >> the 49ers select vern glenn, runningback for virginia. >> unbelievable. oh. congratulations, vern. >> and then vern woke up everybody. i mean ever
can you buy with a penny the bay area? probably nothing. in montana you can buy 1/2 tootsie roll. but in afghanistan you can buy a pencil. it's not that's so important but education gives a child hope. you know, if you fight tear riz her rorism it's based in fear but the real enemy is ignorance that bleeds hatred. here in america, afghanistan, africa or pakistan. the way to overcome that i think is through education and also with having courage and compassion. instead of building walls we need to build peace and have the courage to do that. so i went back to pakistan in 94 and brought the school supplies and finally got to the village and the man was again there to greet me. he shook his head and said, chizle what the heck. not only had i come back, he said you've made two big mistakes. we don't start building before wintertime and if you really want to build school we're going to have to build a bridge first and i hadn't really thought about that. so i came back to america and raised 10,000 more dollars. and then i got back from tack stan and bridge got built and no school yet.
montana will be appearing today and is probably not where you might think. >> i'd like you to help me with this one. is this fashion forward or a faux pas? the warriors break out the new jerseys, just ahead. >>> san jose leaders are pressing forward on the battle for marriage equality. the city council meets tonight to possibly adopt a resolution to join san francisco in its up coming brimg to the supreme court in the prop 8 case. next month, a justice is hearing arguments for the ban on same-sex marriage. the court is also expected to hear arguments on whether legally married gay couples have a right to equal benefits under federal law. >>> today, 49er fans have the pleasure and opportunity to go one-on-one with a football legend. doesn't get much cooler than this. joe montana will be in union scare this afternoon. he'll be tossing out passes to fans and of course, signing autographs. it opened back in october, specializes in low coast japanese fashion with a little techy twist we're being told. today's event starts at 4:00. >> he's a part of their market campaign. >> sketchers, too.
, montana is the victim of hackers. >> we have the bodies of the dead are rising from the grave and follow the messages on the screen as information becomes available. >> really? engineering at the montana television station are still investigating how hackers pulled off that hoax. great falls bring tribune says it generated phone calls from viewers wanting to know if it was true. >> no zombie attacks ever occurred. >> thanks for joining us. [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. [ male announcer ] it's no secret that the price of things just keeps going up. [ female announcer ] but we have some good news. it's our bundle price promise. [ male announcer ] a price you can definitely count on for two whole years. from at&t. call to get u-verse tv starting at just $19 a month with our triple-play bundle. get the same great price for two years. plus now two times the internet speed than before. [ female announcer ] switch today and get a total home dvr included for life. [ male announcer ] you get reliable high-speed internet on our advanced digital network.
for the zombie apocalypse! what? >> that's the warning that was broadcast in montana when a tv station's emergency alert system got hacked. >> authorities in your area have reported that the bodies of the dead are rising in their graves and attacking the living. follow the messages on the screen. it will be updated as more information becomes available. the bodies are considered extremely dangerous. >> i'll say. well, the montana television network says don't worry, there is no emergency, no zombies. >> but police did get four 911 calls to see if it was true. 911, we need some rain! >>> yeah. maybe mother nature takes house calls. let's enjoy the sunshine while we have it. we had a beautiful day today. low to mid 60's out there. remember when you were a kid and played with the light bright? the artist who created the bay bridge has made it his light bright. look at the show he's putting on right now. pretty cool looking out there right now. we have a beautiful shot to show you just after sunset from the south bay earlier this evening wher
. >> what is the cloud? where is the cloud? are we in the cloud now? >> reporter: joe montana in the former stage. >> reporter: and the annually awkward moment, courtesy of go daddy.com. but this was a year when some of the most memorable ads were the most poignant. a jeep commercial, where oprah winfrey honored the nation's troops. >> we're more than a family. we are a nation. >> reporter: and a ram truck ad that paid tribute to america's farmers. >> but i need a caretaker. so god made a farmer. >> reporter: and budweiser tugged at the nation's heartstrings, telling the story of a man who raised the clydesdale colt, and the horse and later remembered the man made him a star. for cbs this morning, bill whittaker, los angeles. >> that's my favorite there. according to usa today ads meter, the most popular ad came from that one you just saw, anheuser-busch, and the baby clydesdale being reunited with its trainer. number 2, tide miracle stain commercial for tide. others, tribute to the farmers, doritos fashionista, dad and oprah winfrey, hono
. >> reporter: jordan johnson, the former star quarterback at the university of montana, is accused of raining a former acquaintance. it's being called a classic case of he said, she said. he says he had consensual sex. she says it was rape. the case has divided the university and surrounding college town in western montana. today on the stand, he suggested he's not guilty. >> we had consensual sex. i would never do that to anyone. >> reporter: the incident happened last february, but it wasn't until more than a month later that the alleged victim, whose name isn't being reported, told authorities he raped her. >> he grabbed on to my hips, he just started pulling my body into his again and again and again. it hurt so bad. >> reporter: according to the 21-year-old's affidavit, she sent a text message to a friend shortly after the encounter saying omg, i think i might have just gotten raped. he kept pushing and pushing and i said no but he wouldn't listen. according to court documents, the next day she got a medical exam and the prosecution says they discovered bruises. johnson admits that on th
through montana kansas, nebraska oklahoma and texas. >> you name a lot of these states, and a looked to the letter that was signed by 53 senators. two of those senators, one from montana also happens to be the co chair of the payroll tax subcommittee. it matters big time, because what they can do is attach the key stone pipeline legislation to must-pass legislation with the payroll tax. the republicans want him to do that. baucus is in favor of this. the democrats will be really upset if he goes it alone. he's been called mat baucus, the one man caucus. joan hogan the north dakota senator taken money from the energy industry. john horner of texas many taking none less than $400,000. >> there are jobs in montana. the governor of montana wants this, they want the jobs there. they're not paying a lot of attention. we're going to speaking to some people who are may go more attention to the environmental impact of this. there's a watchdog group called oil change international. we're joined today by steve increase man and by a rancher. i ewe up in new york city. gentlemen, thanks for being
and remarkable a man in washington. >> senator from montana. >> a quick story -- a quick story about mansfield. mike mansfield, his parents were irish immigrants. his mother died when he was an infant, a toddler. his father could not raise the two of them, so he put them on a train, he and his sister, up to montana where a bachelor uncle said he would take responsibility. he was brought up in the austere conditions -- a rebellious kid. he found himself in a juvenile home or reform school. he runs away from it. with forged baptismal certificate, he enlists in the united states navy at the age of 14. he makes three crossings of the atlantic. they find out it is a forged certificate, he is thrown out, and he joins the united states army. he serves the -- the army sends him to china. he wants to see asia. it is not the first time the military service lies to an enlistee -- he does not go. he goes across the street to the marine corps, says, will you send me to china? the sergeant says, we will send you to china. after china, he goes and serves -- he comes back at the age of 20. he has served honor
of the u.s. military response quote the hotel montana at one time had 16 alone because of the number of people trapped there. the places were ordinary, schools, stores, homes and offices, many with equally gasping numbers aside, got far less attention to today's after the quake one hell over from hotel montana cnn's ivan watson watched a team of haitian rescuers tried to free an 11 year-old girl whose legs were pinned under concrete. they could reach her but they didn't have equipment to get her out the that every child can grossly with powdered concrete wailed. without blood for transfusion, they have petitioned would kill there. washington his voice shaking until the anger in atlanta on individual there's a hotel, a lot of foreigners were staying at. they are there are dozens of americans and rescuers their working to rescue at least one woman named sarah who is trapped within it hard raintree screen from the rubble stops them cold but it was international attention, she died of her injuries. there are many reasons for this. most foreign rescuers arrived without clear orders were t
behind. u.s. rare earth announced they obtained a new permit to drill in montana. it's a big deal because it takes years to get approval for this. coming up exclosively on fox business, the president of rare earth tells us why america has a costly mineral deficit and what needs to be done about it. david: rely on the chinese for that when we can get it at home. the clock ticking away to a string of automatic cuts. they go into effect of a budget agreement is not reached while the debate over what to cut continues, the white house pushes for a $50 billion project. $50 billion increase in spending? yes, what could it be? we'll tell you coming up after our break. ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ] ...you'll bust your brain box. ♪ all onhinkorswim from td ameritrade. ♪ sandra: hp up after reporting better than expected earnings. nicole on the floor of the new york stock exchange, looking like hpq holding on
york y en los campos de afganistán, en los pequeños pueblos de montana y en las selvas de colombia. pero en esta guerra la victoria aún no se divisa en el horizonte. ¿qué tal? bienvenidos a "jorge gestoso investiga". hoy vamos a adentrarnos a investigar el otro lado de la guerra contra las drogas y el daño que está causando, una guerra que no está dando los resultados esperados y que nos hace pensar si en verdad es una guerra que se puede ganar. vamos a conocer a un grupo de policías y ex-policías quienes durante décadas han luchado contra las drogas y el narcotráfico en los estados unidos. todos creen rotundamente que la guerra contra las drogas es un error garrafal y que todas las sustancias ilegales deberían estar en las manos del gobierno, no bajo el control de los criminales. acompáñeme a investigar: el do causado, la odisea de la guerra contra las drogas. ♪ ♪ [roca volcánica] ♪ (jorge gestoso) las autoridades encargadas del cumplimiento de las leyes antidrogas de 88 países se han reunido para crear estrategias y compartir información sobre la gue
think that a lot of people are hoping that ray lewis is going to lose. >> and if moss have montana and young throwing to him maybe it would be better than pricethan rice. he also had tom brady and new england. but if you ever heard the one about joe montana if he had gone to kansas city at the beginning of his career? maybe he would have not have been in the joe montana that we knew. >> and just heard your " brushed it off " comments regarding press culliver... and when you are a round these people i do not really take much of what they say serious. but maybe you are right if he sees him and a uniform. >> and the steve young interview was fantastic. >> and that is the difference. all of those guys, rear ended, steve young. they all went into television because they had personalities. >> and is mr. shot too important to to go to the super bowl? >> which are rather sleep if alicia or jr stone?
earlier and they are fired out fired up. >> jerry rice, joe montana, steve young. with less than 24 years after the super bowl. a 24-hours before the super bowl. >> i am hoping for a no holds barred. >> you have to love the honesty that you get with joe montana. >> reporter: as for how some of the others feel? >> i think that san francisco is the better team. >> based on emotions. >> san francisco has the edge. andrew luck says that his coach has his work cut out for him. >> there is some much on his plate i do not want to bother. >> everybody is talking about colin kaepernick. to see what is next. >> to see a in-offense into a positive offense with his fourth work and he is an excellent. not to just a good but he is an excellent passer. >> i think that i want that they're going to see a very competitive game, a 24-17 is my prediction for the final score. >> jerry rice is about the san francisco 49ers. are you interested in watching tomorrow's game? >> what game? do you watch the super bowl? the month i am hoping that they are going to have another son of so that we can have another son.
to bring it back. i have my faith in colin kaepernick. this was from the chill montana era that it is in my blood i thought or going to come back. and with the last pass to crabtree it should have been passed. we brought our best but it was a good game, nonetheless. >> reporter: travis, what happens it now. what are you going to do for the rest of the night? celebrating? >> it is hard to tell with a loss. but i am thankful to be here and montego state.. it is not just about chasing the dream it is catching it. i think that we're going to catch that dream and to bring natural freak back to san francisco. if you can believe it, you can achieve it will bring that trophy -- back to san francisco. and with michael james, colin kaepernick we have a lot more to work with. but we get there, for sure. >> reporter: there you go, and the next year, we have another shot. >> alecia reed uone of those guys mentioned the past interference that was not called. it was the fourth down try to get a touchdown. they would have given them the lead but there was not a penalty called. harbaugh has just said that g
happen. >> oh, joe thinks it's going to happen. you hear that, san francisco? >> joe montana, of course, with jennifer and a couple of other friends. so montana officially predicts the 49ers will win. no shock there. but when you consider the fact that he is 4-and-0 in super bowls, it's spoken from experience. >> reporter: hey, there you go. i'm for it. i trust his prediction. >> yes. absolutely. so do i. coming up, we're going to hear from a hall of fame quarterback who gives some advice to colin kaepernick in just his second year going to a super bowl. >> reporter: can't wait to hear that. ken, back to you. >> amazing. montana, been there, done that. can't doubt it. dennis and michelle, thank you guys. >>> late tonight we learned that a rabid cat in sonoma county bit someone, and that person had to get rabies shots. the department of health services tells us it was an unvaccinated cat from the glen ellen area. this is the first confirmed case of rabies in a domestic animal in 16 years. because of it, vip pet care in sonoma
on new york avenue in d.c., in mount. -- inbound. after west virginia/montana avenue, that's where the collision occurred. before you get to florida avenue is where this occurred. coming off the 14th street bridge and onto low or 14th street, southeast southwest freeway, checking out fine. route 7 in virginia near sterling boulevard, there is lingering construction. back to you. >> thank you. we want to get to jummy olabanji to talk about some action overseas from some nato air strikes. deadly consequences. >> the air strike targeted two homes in eastern afghanistan. at least four senior taliban leaders were killed. afghan officials report that nine afghan civilians, including women and children, were also killed in the strike. there were likely in the home next door to where the insurgents were. this happened near the pakistani border. u.s. border officials in kabul are looking into reports of civilians being killed. back to you. >> thank you. another big story we are following. the manhunt for the former lapd officer accused of murder, it might be over. investigators found charre
street, but you never know who you're going to run into, and vern ran into joe montana and he has a little prediction for the game. >> reporter: here we are again, the quest for 6 as they say. >> i know it. i know it. i think it's going to happen. >> reporter: joe thinks it's going to happen. you hear that san francisco. >> reporter: and there you go, that was his prediction right there. of course, the 49ers right frank. >> what is joe montana going to say, ravens all the way, of course he is, he won 4 super bowls and is a stud. what else can you say about joe montana. let's talk about the town. we've been eating a lot of food, learned a lot about new orleans, but time to play a little football now to the fans, are they coming in finally? >> reporter: the fans coming in. we've seen a few, but the businesses, they want more fans to come into town, so hopefully, hopefully they will be coming into town today. a lot are making their way in to the bay area. and the official roman numerals of super bowl xlvii, they made their way in by barge yeste
things that most people say bad idea, and is coming anatexis. road kill. montana's house of representatives has passed a bill to legalize eating road kill. the bill applies to game animals , and deer, elk, so they can be harvested after they get hit by car. in 2011 there were nearly 7,000 carcasses found on the side of roads in montana. i was shocked to learn that you're not allowed if you were to hit a eer, you have to leave it. you are doing something criminal with the evidence. >> and never even knew that was a rule, but i always leave the year after i hit him. >> i think this is great. allows game birds, game animals, and fur-bearing animals to be eaten. i draw the line effort. to show up. i just will beat. adam: of bst, if someone invited you over dinner in montana and said, i have something really exotic. >> i don't know how this is supposed to work. the animal on accident or on purpose or is it what you're driving home from work, you see an animal on the side of the road can decide to put in your truck. >> you know where they do this, honey boubou. they have in th
veo fue mejor que los equips. >> > es gente más joven como ñlo hizo montana . >>> y como ven estos son los favoritos pero no hay que olvidar que .l los otros ayudaron y el novio se llevo una desagradabel sorpresa, y ella le envió a florida dinero y le devlvieron una hoja que decía" vamos los cuervos" . >>> y ahora dijeron que tenían que celebrar de manera pacifica yque exortaron y que lo hagan con respeto y con clase mundial . > >> varios vecindario de san jose están en alerta. > >> ramón nos habla y nos cuenta para que hablen de la seguridad. > >> y ahora nos encontramos en la calle y en el esté de la ciudad con la propiedad que la asaltaron al atacar aúna ansiana y ahora estos son los acontecimientos que están en esto y estos son los detalles. >> > si, frecuentemente hay casos de robo y en la madrigada conuan personas y provocando entre vecinos y en una zona que están con los asaltos. >> > y ese es el problema . >>> y estos parecenqe más personas cuenten con su seguridady a díario con más armas de fuego y custionamos las razónes para que las personas usen las armas
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in the studio. >> joe montana said he doesn't like going to these games unless he is working. is it too stressful? >> he is kind of a reserved guy. he is joe cool. he doesn't want the spotlight. it's all about kaepernicking. wouldn't you love to see 3 kaepernick touchdowns tomorrow? you want to see it. >> i want to see it. >> there are still ways to get tickets if you are willing to pay. they range from the price of about 1,000 bucks to $10,000 to a seat in a suite. >> we have a front row seat to all of it and an exclus i look at the niners last practice today. lucky you. >> although with the ticket prices, maybe i will sell my front row seats tomorrow. the 49ers had their final walk through earlier tonight and only 1 reporter was allowed in to see it and guess who? matt. he was the reporter who was chosen by the football writers association of america. he was allowed inside the super dome to witness the final walk through. what did you see? >> the lights will never shine more brightly on the 49ers than they will sunday. >> what caught jim harbaugh's eyes are that the lights in the supe
was that there ought to be a universal scouting program for america for really young people. i have been out of montana and meeting with people. if every kid in america was in this, we would not have half the problems we got. ed said, no it wouldn't. we would have our less than this. we should let all of these kids have nothing else to do and disaffiliated and reconnected to the mainstream of life by giving them something positive to be a part of. mayor koch wrote 10 nonfiction books, for mr. rees and four children's books. -- four mysteries and four children's books. childhood obesity is the number one pandemic in america today. the mayor got a lot of laughs out of his soda remarks, but there is truth there. he was thinking about what life would be like for the youngest people if they made choices or had choices forced on them but would foreclose their futures. ed koch wanted us all to shape up. , i sent him airthday no. he sent me -- i sent him a note. he sent me a letter back. he had a big brain, but he had a bigger heart. ed,
foreigners. general keane who was the head of the u.s. military response would quote the hotel montana one time at 16 alone because of the number of people trapped there. the places where ordinary people lived and worked, schools, stores, homes and offices, many with equally gasping members as i got far less attention. today's after the quake one hill over from the hotel montana, cnn's ivan watson watched a team of haitian restaurant tried to free an 11 year-old girl whose legs were pinned under concrete. they could reach a but they didn't have equipment to get her out. the buried child, ghostly with powdered concrete wailed for the crew. without blood for transfusion the amputation could killer. watson, his voice shaking, told the anchor in atlanta, on a neighboring hill there's a posh hotel, and a lot of foreigners were staying at. there were dozens of americans, french and other rescuers working to rescue at least one woman named sarah who is trapped. another screen from the rubble stop them cold to even with international attention on her, it took the rest of the day to find a generato
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, arizona, nevada, montana, missouri, ohio. in colorado the margin of victory was six points. in ohio it was 14 points. in arizona it won by 30 points. in nevada it won by almost 40 points. this is the kind of margin that rises in the minimum wage pass by. when you ask people to vote on them. in montana in 2004 the minimum wage increase passed by a 45-point margin. it got almost 75% of the vote. you know, because montana's so liberal. just like missouri is. a bunch of commies out there, right? in missouri the margin was even bigger than montana that year. the minimum wage increase passed in missouri by a 52-point margin. i'm going to let that sink in for a second. the minimum wage initiative passed in red state missouri by 52 points. and in those states that were voting on raises in the minimum wage that year, woe be unto the anti-minimum wage republicans who were republicaning against democratic republicans who ront winning side of that issue. that year was the year we elected now familiar senate faces like ohiotion sherrod brown, where he took the side of the minimum wage increase t
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